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Washington Square is a more established ADA compliant green line station with two wider fenced in platforms that each include a tactile warning strip, mobile-lift for ADA access and a modern steel and glass shelter with a bench inside of it. There are also a few Washignton Sq. signs and a vintage clock with the square's name engraved in it along the platform. The station is located right between the intersections of Washington Street and Westbourne Terrace that is more of just a U-turn. Both platforms have parking spaces along them.
All photos taken on 16 December, 2011

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Looking across to the platforms
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The travel lanes and parking
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The Washington Sq clock
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The clock face that says Washington Sq on it
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The curve of the Washington Sq platforms
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The bralle sign
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Another faded bralle sign
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One of the small Washington Sq Station signs
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The mobile lift
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The eastern end of the fenced in platforms
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The stations T tower
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